Saturday, 27 November 2021
Login |  Register 
MSC News National Headlines Sports Top Headlines CBS US News CBS Technology
Search for missing Ozawkie man goes statewide
09/20/2021

A statewide silver alert was issued Monday, Sept. 20 for Kenneth Klenklen, of Ozawkie, who disappeared Sept. 15. Pictured is Klenklen (left) and the type of vehicle he was known to be driving.

(KAIR)--What began as a local alert has now gone statewide, as an Ozawkie man, who suffers health issues, has not yet been located, following his disappearance last week.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation Monday, following a request from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, issued a statewide silver alert for 59-year-old Kenneth Klenklen.

The release calls on the public to help locate Klenklen, identified by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office as “a vulnerable, older white [man].” He’s described as five foot nine inches, weighing approximately 155 pounds with blue eyes and gray hair. He suffers from Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and other health issues.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, “Klenklen was last known to be at the Jefferson West Junction Convenience Store, in Meriden, around 2:00 Wednesday afternoon. He was last seen wearing black shoes, black pants, a black t-shirt, and a blue, unbuttoned short-sleeve shirt.

Klenklen was driving his black with tan trim 2007 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer Edition bearing Kansas License Plate 246 MUZ. 

A release from the Sheriff’s Office says he’s “known to frequent the Ozawkie American Legion and the bars in Oskaloosa,” and “has also been known to frequent the Prairie Band and Sac and Fox Casino’s in the past.”

Anyone with information related to the whereabouts of Klenklen, or his vehicle, is asked to immediately call 911 or the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 785-863-2351.

 

© Many Signals Communications
You will need to be logged in to leave a comment.
Please Login

characters left

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
Click here to review our Terms of Use.



MOST VIEWED STORIES
Atchison woman killed in Kansas City shooting
Weekend burglary lands two in jail
Child sex crimes earn prison sentence
Atchison Co crash sends two to hospital
U.S. Marshals arrest Atchison man on sex-crimes charges
Humboldt fire claims one life
Atchison's Lakefest 2022 lineup announced
Oklahoma man sentenced for motor vehicle homicide
Man jailed following pursuit in Richardson County
Atchison city manager search underway
Coronavirus cases climb in Doniphan County
Fire destroys vacant house in Salem area
Falls City Council approves hiring additional police officer
CMC Turkey Trot event coming up
COVID-19 case numbers on the increase in SE Nebraska and NW Missouri
NPPD urges caution around downed power lines
Minor changes in Pawnee County Commission districts
Buckle up safety campaign
Community survey sent throughout Atchison

Click Here For All Stories


LATEST STORIES
Community survey sent throughout Atchison
Humboldt fire claims one life
Atchison's Lakefest 2022 lineup announced
Atchison city manager search underway
Atchison woman killed in Kansas City shooting
Oklahoma man sentenced for motor vehicle homicide
Man jailed following pursuit in Richardson County
COVID-19 case numbers on the increase in SE Nebraska and NW Missouri
Fire destroys vacant house in Salem area
U.S. Marshals arrest Atchison man on sex-crimes charges
Click Here For All Stories

©2021 MSC News
Hiawatha, Ks 66434
EEO Public Report
KNZA - KLZA - KMZA - KTNC - KAIR
Powered by Radio Media Group
172.69.63.54